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#BookReview Randolph the Yellow Snowman by Kevin Miller

Randolph the Yellow Snowman by Kevin Miller is a delightfully funny tale in the town of Milligan Creek. I love a good picture book, but this one is even better! It's great! It's fantastic! It's marvellous! What other synonyms do you want to hear? It's got a really funny story about a yellow snowman that… Continue reading #BookReview Randolph the Yellow Snowman by Kevin Miller

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#BookReview A Very Scalzi Christmas by John Scalzi

If you're looking for a humorous, seasonal book packed full of holiday comedy, you need to pick up A Very Scalzi Christmas by John Scalzi. I am new to John Scalzi. I have been informed his writing is superb and he can be quite snarky, so of course I was in. To top it off,… Continue reading #BookReview A Very Scalzi Christmas by John Scalzi

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#BookReview China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan

Oh man, oh man, oh man! I was SO PUMPED to find the last two books in this series at a local discount book store. I cannot tell you how exciting it was for that kind of find! I absolutely LOVED the first book and I adored the movie, so of course I would want… Continue reading #BookReview China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan

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#BookReview Lab Girl by Hope Jahren

  Lab Girl by Hope Jahren felt like a book personally made for me. This novel following Hope Jahren's life and trials of becoming a geobiologist is a serious gem for my collection. Every sentence of this novel felt like it was crafted for me - it a smart, female scientist rocking out in her… Continue reading #BookReview Lab Girl by Hope Jahren

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#BookReview Peter Green and the Unliving Academy by Angelina Allsop

    There are few books that lift up my mood (and out of my reading slump!) quite like this one did! Peter Green and the Unliving Academy was an absolute delight of a book! Fantasy, friendship and fun is all wrapped up tight into this neat, little package. If you haven't read this book… Continue reading #BookReview Peter Green and the Unliving Academy by Angelina Allsop

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#BookReview Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

One of my New Years Resolutions was the read more "classics" this year, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was one of the first I was able to pick up. I was so lucky that I found this book at a local charity book sale! It was screaming my name the minute I saw it… Continue reading #BookReview Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

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#BookReview Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen

  Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen is a funny, smart and entertaining novel that will keep you hooked until the very end! This book was strange in the best way! It's a mysterious thriller with extreme amounts of comedy and lunacy splashed throughout. It's like one of the best sitcoms you can find on television… Continue reading #BookReview Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen

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#BookReview HughTube by Richard Clark

  HughTube is a fantastic read about a 14 year old child starting a blog (or personal reality television show). This funny yet simple story was a great read that would be well suited for the middle grade audience. It's silly, modern and full of awesome surprises! Richard Clark continues to do a fantastic job… Continue reading #BookReview HughTube by Richard Clark

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#BookReview Lovely Chaos by Joe Montaperto

Lovely Chaos by Joe Montaperto is a vivid retelling of a Comedian's life. This book surprised me! I wasn't sure what to expect since I was stepping out of my comfort zone for the types of books I normally read, but Joe really hit it out of the park! This comedian take on an acting… Continue reading #BookReview Lovely Chaos by Joe Montaperto

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#BookReview My Best Friend is a Secret Agent by Richard Clark

  This book is serious fun! It's silly, zanely and full of hilarity! The pictures in the book are incredibly amusing, and go along perfectly with the story! The story is a little out of this world (a kid designing a microchip that goes on your tooth and make you a secret agent?!) but that's… Continue reading #BookReview My Best Friend is a Secret Agent by Richard Clark